Arsenal Lanes In Pittsburgh's Lawrenceville Neighborhood Is Up For SaleA unique and historic site in the city's Lawrenceville neighborhood is up for sale.
Pitcairn Steps Up Enforcement Of 10 P.M. Curfew For JuvenilesPitcairn is stepping up enforcement of its 10 p.m. curfew for juveniles.
Probe Finds No Intentional Act To Derail Sex-Abuse VoteA referendum may now have to wait until 2023.
Walmart Apologizes After Spoof Email Went Out With Racial SlurWalmart is apologizing and investigating after a spoof email went out with a racial slur from an official Walmart email address.
Pittsburgh Strip Club Files Lawsuit Over Coronavirus Relief FundsAn exotic dance club in Pittsburgh is one of the 10 clubs in Pennsylvania that are suing to obtain Restaurant Revitalization Funds.
Allegheny County's Summer Concert Series Returning With Vaccinated SectionAllegheny County's free Summer Concert Series will return in June, but it'll look different than summers before.
Man Arrested On Arson Charges In Spaghetti And Steakhouse Restaurant FireA man has been arrested on arson charges in connection with a fire that destroyed a popular Murrysville restaurant, the Trib reports.
Get Ready To Rock: Outdoor Concerts Return This SummerNew CDC guidelines and the vaccine mean outdoor activities are returning this summer.
Pittsburgh's Traditional Fourth Of July Fireworks Celebration Returning This SummerThe city's traditional Fourth of July fireworks celebration will return this year.
3rd Swastika Drawing Found At Mt. Lebanon School DistrictThe Mt. Lebanon School District says another drawing of a swastika was found inside a bathroom stall.
Pittsburghers Divided Over City's Push For Bike LanesMay is National Bike Month, and there’s an increased focus on bicyclist safety.
Businesses Hope For Boost From Pittsburgh Penguins Playoffs RunTickets are on sale for the first round of the NHL playoffs.
Reta Mays Gets 7 Consecutive Life Sentences In Insulin Injection Deaths Of VA PatientsReta Mays, the former nursing assistant who admitted to killing seven elderly veterans with fatal doses of insulin at a West Virginia hospital, will spend the rest of her life behind bars.
Pennsylvania's 40-Year-Old Unemployment Computer System To Be Replaced In JunePennsylvania's antiquated unemployment computer system is finally being replaced.
Pittsburgh Public Schools And Wilkinsburg Hope To Extend Education Partnership Another 5 YearsHundreds of Wilkinsburg students are given the opportunity to take advantage of programs offered in PPS.